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As a girl who dreams about running away and living alone in the woods at any minor inconvenience, I had been searching for a book like this for a while! This novel reads like a poetic breath of fresh air, and a unique decent into madness, all set in the Italian Alps. Strange, stunning, and beautifully written; you wont want to put this book down, or live alone in the woods.
Told in split timelines, this novel of epic suspense will keep you hooked from page one. From simple childhood summers in 1970s Vermont, to hunting a kidnapper across the country in the 2010s, we follow this cast of characters to hell and back. You'll truly question your own morality and be left wondering who the real monsters are.
A sapphic detective agency is put to the test when a year's old small town murder raises suspicion once more. Written with the most sparkling wit, clever plot twists, and page-turning urgency, How To Find A Missing Girl takes readers on the investigation of a lifetime without sacrificing the laughs along the way.
For fans of Mona Awad and Chelsea G. Summers, this book is the next crazy read you have been looking for. This satirical thriller is the modern girls version of American Psycho, filled with dark comedy and feminine rage that makes it the ultimate page turner.
Ryan La Sala's Beholder is story about art, pictureesque obsession, and the truth in a reflection buried beneath a terrifying mass-murder mystery. No one survived the party at the penthouse. Except Athan. Now the prime murder suspect, Athan is swept up in a mystery of secret occult societies and eldritch horrors. Another spooky classic from the author who managed to make bees scary!
A family story, a whodunit, an exploration of neurodiversity, and a trip back to the summer of 2020, all in one captivating novel.
If you support women's wrongs, this book is for you. Sharp, witty, and at times even abrasive, Stone Cold Fox's titular character embarks on a morally abhorrent quest to marry into one of the richest families on the planet. Follow Bea's devious plots as she bursts into the upper echelon with freshly painted French tips and a false smile. She's a despicable character, but you won't be able to tear your eyes from the page. (Author Rachel Koller Croft makes sure of it.)
The mystery of a lifetime. Alibis unraveling, timelines double-crossing, lies, so many lies, everything all twisted in a web of dark secrets... A Good Girl's Guide to Murder is a toe-curling page-turner that will have you staying up way past midnight, chasing the threads of mystery to find where they're all tangled up.
I absolutely loved the experience of reading this book. Wellington is promising as a writer and I'm looking forward to her future works. This novel is funny, enlightening, and will be relatable (apart from the idea of participating in a deadly game, although I won't presume...) to many.